VCA2615EVM Evaluation Module

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Description

The VCA2615 is a dual-channel, variable gain amplifier, combining a low-noise preamplifier (LNP) and a voltage-controlled amplifier. The VCA2615EVM evaluation module is designed to allow for a quick setup and ease of use in evaluating the performance. Various modes of operation can be configured, for example setting the LNP gain, or using the LNP outputs. The user can apply the input signal either to the LNP, or directly to the VCA section. The differential outputs of the VCA2615 are buffered using an op amp in a difference amplifier configuration.

The VCA2615EVM requires a +5V supply for the VCA itself, and +/-5V supplies for the buffer amplifiers. All signal inputs and outputs use SMA connectors.

Features
  • Populated, ready to use evaluation board for the VCA2615
  • Single-ended input configuration for the LNP
  • LNP gain settings
  • Transformer coupled inputs to the VCA
  • Adjustable output clamping level

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VCA2615EVM:
VCA2615EVM Evaluation Module

$149.00(USD)




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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 277 25 Oct 2005 138

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (1)

Name Part Number Tool Type
VCA2617EVM Evaluation Module  VCA2617EVM  Evaluation Modules & Boards 

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
VCA2615  2-Channel Variable Gain Amplifier  Amplifiers 

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